Beneath the layers of assumptions about how a leader, a business, a team ‘should’ be… Wild is who we are.

Unleash what’s possible in your organization

Find the Wild path that fits for you and your organization

Talks on the Wild Side

With sled dogs, whitewater analogies, and Wild examples from a variety of work settings and studies, Chris breathes life and fresh air into topics that, frankly, could use it!

Wild Leadership

  • Work with the personalities and gifts of each team member, harness their energy and unique skills.

  • Guide your team through change where everyone stays on board and engaged.

  • Stop managing people, start inspiring them… Be You… and help them Be Them.

Work On A Wild Team

  • Hone your communication skills to truly support each other and gel as a team.

  • Be more of who you are to make your team more successful and responsive.

  • Get to YES together while understanding and appreciating differences.

Wild at Work

  • Resist the urge to revert back to ‘business as usual’ following change or disruption in order to keep what is working and dare to change what isn’t

  • Elevate mental health and wellbeing during times of change so that employees have what they need to do their best work

  • Integrate a deeper, more compassionate understanding, appreciation, and welcoming of differences—large and small—within your team or organization

Be wildly Inclusive

  • Learn how curiosity and humility pave the way to better understanding.

  • Grow beyond the Golden Rule to “Do unto others as they would like to be done unto.”

  • Build a sense of belonging and connection for all employees and customers.

Create a Wild Work Culture

  • Encourage innovation by tapping into the full abilities of your workforce.

  • Increase productivity and engagement by creating a culture of readiness.

  • Disrupt your industry by being agile, open, and willing to do things differently.

The Three Essentials to Work Wild

Be Wildly Present: pay attention; anticipate distractions; take good care of yourself and your team; release ‘how we’ve always done it;’ re-wild when you get stuck.

Be Wildly Original: be daringly authentic; know yourself, your team, and your vision; unlock you and your team’s potential; think differently and expansively; challenge the rules.

Be Wildly Welcoming: stay curious, open, and positive; explore your ‘stuff; ‘imagine together; allow discomfort when necessary; embrace possibilities; breath deeply; know everyone has gifts; build a strong community; be intentional in creating an open and engaging environment.

Unleash the Power of Sustainability for Your Event

The speaking industry can influence significant change, where carbon-neutral events become the norm and deliver a powerful experience for attendees.

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Here’s how sled dogs relate
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The Sizzle Reel: a quick collection of Wild moments of fun, inspiration, and learning
Audience members open up after a Work Wild keynote
Testimonials and take-aways after a Wild Leadership keynote

Chris Promotional Resources

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Being Wild

means having the courage to bring the gift of all of who you are to all of what you do.
Chris Heeter MCEA

Chris brings Wild directly in to the workplace. Showing leaders, teams, and organizations how to free up the distractions and the wasted energy spent trying to be different than who we are. You’ll learn how to tap into the vast resources and fresh ideas that are hidden within the people who make up your organization.

Now Is That Moment

Imagine how your business would stand out if your work culture was genuinely, uniquely, and unapologetically Wild.

Your organization can pull to its potential. It’s about harnessing creativity, cultivating Wild leaders, inspiring and supporting teams/individuals, and building a culture that fosters a sense of belonging and purpose.

Remote Speaking Options

Wild possibilities for staying connected while being apart